Fif went to Instagram Tuesday (May 8) and said for the right price he would go toe-to-toe with Jackson.
— SOHH (@sohh) May 9, 2018
— 50cent (@50cent) May 3, 2018
Coker also came forward to provide context behind the now-viral meeting.
“I explained to him a lot about our fighter-recruitment system and how we build athletes and sign free agents,” Coker told MMAjunkie. “He was interested. He had a lot of questions – a lot of good questions.” At a hotel in Beverly Hills, Coker said the two swapped stories about the fight business; 50 Cent started his own boxing promotion in 2012 and signed several high-profile fighters before a series of personal lawsuits prompted him to declare the company bankrupt. “I think he has a genuine interest in the business,” Coker said. (MMA Junkie)